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2004 Aprilia Rs250 on mail.2040motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Silver
Location:

Salinas, California, United States

Salinas, California, United States
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Aprilia RS250 photos

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Aprilia RS250 tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):250 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller TypeType:Sport Bike

Aprilia RS250 description

Once in a lifetime opportunity to buy a brand new, old stock Aprilia RS250 GP-1 0 miles. You now have the chance to move even closer to the former world of two-stroke MotoGP with this last release of he 2004 Aprilia GP-1, the final version of the famous RS 250 GP replica motorcycle. This bike is sporting official Colin Edwards and Nori Haga team decals, the colors and graphics add to the bike that represents GP racing at its finest.

 

The unique look of the 2004 RS250 is dominated by its wrap-around fairing, designed and tested in a wind tunnel. The front mudguard blends perfectly with the fairing, and enhances the Aprilia RS 250's streamlined looks, the characteristic aerodynamic tail completes the Aprilia RS 250's racing image.

 

The bike was only sold in Europe and Australia.   I am the original owner and it has been on display within my home for several years.   The bike has completed it's new vehicle dealer delivery and prep so the bike has been started prior to my purchase and has 0 miles.  The tires are original as is every part on this bike.   It is untitled for the street as it was intended solely for my collection. The CLEAR title stated above applies to Australia only along with Australian Import Approval plate. I do not know about your state's requirements.  I have huge amounts of dealer promotional material for the bike.

 

In addition, this bike was judged the best European Two-Stroke bike at Motocarrera's famous Two Stroke Extravaganza held in 2005 in Los Angeles, California. This event was the largest gathering of two-stroke vehicles in America when it was held.  The bike was also displayed at the famous Quail Lodge Motorcycle Gathering Carmel, California in May 2016.

 

APRILIA RS 250 TECHNICAL CHARACTERISTICS

 

 

Engine type

two-stroke 90° V twin, liquid cooled, lamellar intake in crankcase, separate lubrication. Two sequential stage valve on exhaust electronically regulated by digital control unit, controlled by a step motor

Pistons

in special high silicon content alloy

Bore and stroke

56 x 50.6 mm

Total displacement

249 cc

Compression ratio

13.2:1

Carburetors

two Mikuni TM 34 SS flat valve carburetors, electronically controlled by solenoid valves partially shutting maximum throttle and tick-over circuits

Ignition

digital CDI, with mapping of programmed spark advance according to three parameters (carburetor valve opening, opening speed, engine revs)

Starter

pedal

Generator

12V – 180 W

Lubrication

separate, with automatic variable  mixer (0.9-2%)

Clutch

multiple disk in oil bath

Gear box

completely removable, six ratio, forced lubrication with positive displacement pump

Primary transmission

gear

Secondary

chain

Frame

 

 

aluminum magnesium alloy double sloping beam with thin wall shell structure. Stem and plates in cast aluminum magnesium alloy

Front suspension

upside-down fork in high tensile steel, 41 mm dia. adjustable in rebound, compression and preload, wheel travel 120 mm

Rear suspension

cast aluminum magnesium alloy swing arm with differentiated design arms, single hydraulic shock absorber with separate tank, adjustable in rebound, compression, preload and length, wheel travel 130 mm

Brakes

front: floating disk, 298 mm dia., calipers with four differentiated diameter pistons;

 

rear: disk, 220 mm dia., two piston caliper

Rims

five tangential spoke aluminum alloy,

 

front 3.50 x 17”, rear 4.50 x 17”

Tires

tubeless radials

 

front 120/60 ZR 17”, rear. 150/60 ZR 17”

Dimensions

max length 1,980 mm max. width 710 mm

 

wheelbase 1,365 mm

Dry weight

140 kg

Tank capacity

19.5 liters (3.6 liter reserve)

Colors

GP-1 Replica

Instrumentation

digital analogue with instantaneous, maximum and mean speed measurement, scale in kilometers and miles, programmable “red zone”, water temperature in degrees C and F, battery voltage, clock and chronometer with 40 memories

 

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